The United States Air Force Basic Training scandal refers to the military sex scandal that took place at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The scandal involved 43 female trainees who were allegedly victimized by their Military Training Instructors during and after basic military training starting in 2009. Seventeen male instructors were accused of offenses, ranging from seeking improper relationships to rape, and 35 instructors were removed from their posts pending investigations.

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  • The United States Air Force Basic Training scandal refers to the military sex scandal that took place at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The scandal involved 43 female trainees who were allegedly victimized by their Military Training Instructors during and after basic military training starting in 2009. Seventeen male instructors were accused of offenses, ranging from seeking improper relationships to rape, and 35 instructors were removed from their posts pending investigations. Nine of the accused instructors belonged to the 331st Training Squadron. The commander of the 331st Training Squadron, Lt. Col. Mike Paquette, was removed from command in June 2012 because of the problems in his unit. In August 2012, the commander of the 737th training group, Col. Glenn Palmer, was also relieved from his position due to the scandal. (en)
  • The United States Air Force Basic Training scandal refers to the military sex scandal that took place at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The scandal involved 43 female trainees who were allegedly victimized by their Military Training Instructors during and after basic military training, which started in 2009. Seventeen male instructors were accused of offenses, ranging from seeking improper relationships to rape, and 35 instructors were removed from their posts pending investigations. Nine of the accused instructors belonged to the 331st Training Squadron. The commander of the 331st Training Squadron, Lt. Col. Mike Paquette, was removed from command in June 2012 because of the problems in his unit. In August 2012, the commander of the 737th training group, Col. Glenn Palmer, was also relieved from his position due to the scandal. (en)
  • The United States Air Force Basic Training scandal is the military sex scandal which took place at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The scandal involved 43 female trainees allegedly victimized by their instructors during and after basic military training beginning in 2009. Seventeen male instructors were accused of offenses ranging from the solicitation of improper relationships to rape, and 35 instructors were removed from their posts pending an investigation. Nine of the accused instructors belonged to the 331st Training Squadron, and squadron commander Lt. Col. Mike Paquette was removed from command in June 2012 because of the problems in his unit. In August 2012 Col. Glenn Palmer, commander of the 737th Training Group, was also relieved from his position due to the scandal. (en)
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  • The United States Air Force Basic Training scandal refers to the military sex scandal that took place at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The scandal involved 43 female trainees who were allegedly victimized by their Military Training Instructors during and after basic military training starting in 2009. Seventeen male instructors were accused of offenses, ranging from seeking improper relationships to rape, and 35 instructors were removed from their posts pending investigations. (en)
  • The United States Air Force Basic Training scandal refers to the military sex scandal that took place at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The scandal involved 43 female trainees who were allegedly victimized by their Military Training Instructors during and after basic military training, which started in 2009. (en)
  • The United States Air Force Basic Training scandal is the military sex scandal which took place at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The scandal involved 43 female trainees allegedly victimized by their instructors during and after basic military training beginning in 2009. Seventeen male instructors were accused of offenses ranging from the solicitation of improper relationships to rape, and 35 instructors were removed from their posts pending an investigation. (en)
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